Fatima Sana Shaikh grew to become fashionable even earlier than the viewers knew her title. Way again in 1997, she endeared herself to viewers taking part in Kamal Hassan and Tabu’s daughter in “Chachi 420”. Years later, she would rating her first blockbuster with the 2016 Aamir Khan-starrer “Dangal”.
She has these days been seen in movies comparable to “Ludo” and “Suraj Pe Mangal Bhari”, and is now gearing up for her subsequent film, the OTT anthology “Ajeeb Daastaans”. The actress says she always doubts herself, including that she needs to raised herself.
“Every day you go through your own journey of asking questions to yourself. There are your own challenges and weaknesses. You have to overpower them and overcome. You’d cross those and then you have more challenges and insecurities. That is a constant journey. Every day, there is a new mindset,” Fatima instructed IANS.
She added: “Sometimes you feel confident and sometimes no matter how successful you are, (you could be) the most insecure person in the room in spite of your success. It’s your mindset at that moment. I am constantly doubting myself but I think that is important for me because I want to grow. If I am being happy with what I am right now I will stop growing. I want to be better.”
“Ajeeb Daastaans” brings collectively 4 tales that analyse the complexity of human feelings together with jealousy, entitlement, prejudices and toxicity, and their after-effects.
What was it like exploring subjects like intercourse, gender, class and patriarchy? “A topic can be anything as long it is said properly in a nice way and beautiful manner. I think stories written well, no matter what they are about, will engage you. If you choose to write on se*, gender or socioeconomic status — issues are in everything. It is how you write a story more than the topic,” Fatima stated.
She options within the first story of the anthology, titled “Majnu”. She performs Leepakshi, a younger lady caught in an sad marriage with actor Jaideep Ahlawat’s character. Always vying for love and a focus, her life is thrown in turmoil with the entry of a younger new male into the family.
Did she discover Leepakshi a posh character? “What (director) Shashank (Khaitan) tried to do is write a really layered character, and it’s written so effectively and is so layered as an actor that it turns into simple to grasp the character as a result of the whole lot in regards to the function is about her. Her journey and her complexities. When you’re human you could have these qualities, flaws and complexities in you,” Fatima replied.
“It is neither black nor white and that is the beauty of these characters in ï¿½Majnu’ — everybody has a shade. It is from black to white to grey,” she added.
Fatima loved taking part in that character as a result of she says it’s so distant from her.
“I have not met a (character like) Leepakshi in my life. (I have) Not experienced anything that Leepakshi has experienced. I am not from that world. It is so amazing because you are an actor and you love your work. Through your work you see different worlds. For me, it is the most beautiful thing that I get to know, see and hear so many new things,” she stated.
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